EARLY MODERN SCIENCE
JOHANNES M.M.H. THIJSSENCHRISTOPH LÜTHYMedieval and Early Modem Science
is the first book series to be dedicated totally to the
investigation of scientific thought between 1200 and 1700, the period that saw the
birth of modern scientific method and the origins of the scientific world view. It
covers not only the Aristotelian paradigm of scholastic natural philosophy, but
also rivalling Renaissance and seventeenth-century conceptions of physics.
A broad-based and distinguished panel of editors and international advisors have
made a careful selection of the best new research emerging in a vibrant field
examining this formative period of European scientific thought. Medieval and Early Modern Science
contains contributions from an international cast
of experienced scholars and looks for highest standards of scholarship in work that
is thought-provoking, insightful, and at the forefront of contemporary discussion.
It includes commented editions of crucial texts, monographs of important
thinkers, and diachronic analyses of particular themes. Accessible, attractively
written articles and monographs will open up the latest trends and developments
in the field to a wide range of teachers and students in further and higher
|1. ||Liithy, C, J.E. Murdoch & W.R. Newman (eds.). Late Medieval and Early Modern
Corpuscular Matter Theories. 2001. ISBN 90 04 11516 1|
|2. ||Thijssen, J.M.M.H. & J. Zupko. The Metaphysics and Natural Philosophy of John Buridan.
2001. ISBN 90 04 11514 5|
|3. ||Leijenhorst, C. The Mechanisation of Aristolelianism. The late Aristotelian Setting of
Thomas Hobbes’ Natural Philosophy. 2002. ISBN 90 04 11729 6|
|4. ||Broecke, S. Vanden. The Limits of Influence. Pico, Louvain, and the Crisis of Renaissance Astrology. 2003. ISBN 90 04 13169 8|